Wednesday, August 30, 2006

FINALLY!!! The BOOTS & SADDLE!!!
Or, just when I thot I'd seen everything, I found out I hadn't...

Have you ever thought about something waaaay back there in your past, but your memories of "whatever it is" are so hazy, that you end up thinking, "it must be a figment of my imagination"...well, that was kinda how I regarded the old Boots n' Saddle Cafe, which I remembered my parents taking me to when I was a lil' tyke. It either got torn down, or burned down, long ago (mid-60's???). Previously, I've posted pictures of the Boots n' Saddle's interior, but I couldn't find an OUTSIDE shot. 'Til now...


Click the Pic for a larger depiction of this here image from the past...

Here it is, the Boots n' Saddle Cafe...you know that vacant flat space that's in-between O'Shea's Pub and that Yellow Motel/Campground on the west side of CDA Lake Drive (right across from Eduardo's restaurant)? Well, THAT is where THIS building WAS. I was really surprised to find this photo, and it proves that it is NOT "all in my head". Not at all. For, it actually existed, and this is PROOF.
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I really am trying to cut back on my number of postings...one every two or three days...but when I saw THIS...well, I just had to post it. I am really excited that I found this photo! If you have any Boots n' Saddle memories, feel free to comment!

4 Comments:

Anonymous Kick Shoe said...

Why are you cutting down on your posts? Are we saving brain cells?

3:56 PM  
Blogger little ol' me said...

Hiya Cathy...why am I cutting down on my posts? Well, as you know, I've posted every day, sometimes 2 and 3 times in a day, and, well, "life" just kinda gets in the way. I'm gonna be making more adjustments on down the line, but I don't know exactly what those are yet. Sorry I can't say more right now.

12:11 AM  
Anonymous Kick Shoe said...

Yea for you! I hope everything turns out well. But I want you to know that I've been banned from your site ever since yesterday when I clicked on the link to read about Queen Wilhemena of the Netherlands. That led to more links and a few hours later I knew the ENTIRE history of the Dutch monarchy.

I just snuck over here for a few minutes on pain of death. Don't tell. SHHHH

12:13 PM  
Blogger little ol' me said...

Gosh, Cathy...I can't think of many things more exciting than the Dutch monarchy......(zzzzz)...excuse me, my head hit the desk there...I'm awake now...

3:33 AM  

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